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Kep & Kampot, quiet beach towns

Kep & Kampot, quiet beach towns

A soothing seaside jewel famed for delicious seafood and absolute relaxation. During Cambodia’s golden years before 1970, this lush coastal region was a seaside playground for the affluent. Kep is known for its famous crab market and idyllic resorts while its neighbour town of Kampot could be the perfect small town - quiet streets, a gentle river and boutique restaurants. Kampot is known for producing some of the best black, red and white pepper in the world and being able to see how it's made up close is an unforgettable experience.
Where to visit and things to do?
  • Admire Kampot's colonial architecture for Street photography
  • Take an impressive sunset cruise along Kampot River with beer toast
  • The Crab Market (Psar Kdam) is an interesting place to see local fishermen bringing in their catch. Eat delicious seafood - waterfront restaurants traditionally cook seafood with local Kampot pepper.
  • Visit Kampot peper plantation & salt fields
  • Explore Kampot’s Caves and Ruins, and countryside adventure
  • Day trip to Bokor National Park or Kep's Rabbit Island
  • Go Paddle Boarding - The mellow surface of the Kampot River is the ideal place for a day of paddle boarding

**How to get to Kampot: From Phnom Penh by road – 160 km (about a 3-hour drive) and about 100 km from Sihanoukville (2-hour drive). From Kep by road – 26 km (30-minute drive).
**Recommended time required: Three days to adequately relax and explore the surroundings.

Tours & Experiences in Kep & Kampot